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PUTNEY — Landmark College is keeping the surrounding community apprised of our approach to offering residential and online programs to our students during the Spring 2021 semester. This includes health and safety protocols related to preventing spread of the novel coronavirus.

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As a physician, I know that COVID-19 is extremely dangerous. That message has been lost on some. The SARS-CoV-2 virus is killing more than 3,000 people in the United States each day. We now have the “antidote” in two highly efficacious and safe vaccines. Once the vaccine supply increases sig…

TOWNSHEND — Grace Cottage Family Health & Hospital is now a COVID-19 vaccination site. Vermonters age 75-plus can sign up to get their first dose at Grace Cottage by going to the Vermont Department of Health COVID-19 online Event Portal or by calling 855-722-7878.

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As a physician, I know that COVID-19 is extremely dangerous. That message has been lost on some. The SARS-CoV-2 virus is killing more than 3,000 people in the United States each day. We now have the “antidote” in two highly efficacious and safe vaccines. Once the vaccine supply increases sig…

TOWNSHEND — Grace Cottage Family Health & Hospital is now a COVID-19 vaccination site. Vermonters age 75-plus can sign up to get their first dose at Grace Cottage by going to the Vermont Department of Health COVID-19 online Event Portal or by calling 855-722-7878.

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MONTPELIER — More than 55,000 Vermonters have received COVID-19 vaccines, giving cause for some celebration.

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BRATTLEBORO — Jamie Mohr, director of Epsilon Spires, holds onto the rope to ring the bell at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday as part of a national memorial to honor the lives lost during the COVID-19 pandemic. Other local memorials included a bell-ringing at Next Stage Arts Project in Putney. As of Tuesd…

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MONTPELIER — Data shows COVID-19 case counts slowing around the country, region and Vermont, giving state officials some optimism as vaccination efforts continue.

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MONTPELIER — Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine hinted broadly Wednesday at a COVID-19 vaccine distribution system that will prioritize older Vermonters, make use of centralized locations to distribute shots, and make concerted efforts to reach the state’s Black, indigenous and person of co…

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WESTMINSTER — A student at Bellows Falls Union High School tested positive for COVID-19 over the holiday break, but the case is not expected to have an impact on the operation of the school, according to Superintendent Christopher Pratt.

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